Dorissa Martinez, a Class of 2001 graduate who is an archives technician at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, leads the 2014-14 Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Events include documentary screenings and discussions on critical race theory and undocumented graduate students.
To prepare underrepresented students for success in earning advanced math degrees, Cal State Fullerton has received a four-year, $600,000 National Science Foundation grant supporting "Graduate Readiness and Access in Mathematics Program."
Cal State Fullerton is being honored today for its institutional initiatives and programs "that make a significant impact with respect to inclusive and equitable workplace practices."
Kathleen J. Griffith, lecturer in nursing, is this year's recipient of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's 2014 Clinical Novice Faculty Teaching Award.
Strategic PlanCSUF seeks to become a national model public comprehensive university.
Contributions to the Public GoodCSUF is a national leader when it comes to low cost, low student indebtedness, diversity, and educational impact.
Titans Reach HigherCSUF powers our local economy and provides students access to a world-class education.